How exciting the future is! Happy Weekend!
This post is in memory of my Great Aunt Janet, who passed away this morning. She was everything I hope to be in life: positive, witty, independent, well-traveled, insightful.
I was lucky enough to visit with her in December. Her illness was progressing, and I knew it would be the last time I would see her. She told me to always make time to do the things I want to do, because life goes by so fast. Such a great reminder that if we want something, we need to make it happen!
Ever feel like you are about 3 steps behind in life? That you rush around and still can’t get caught up with everything there is to do? Well that is my life in a nutshell right about now.
Since returning home from the trip, it’s been hard to find the motivation to tackle my never ending to-do list. Literally getting out of bed takes 2-3 tries (damn you snooze button!). And Olympics, you have not been helping either. This girl has been molded to the sofa every night.
I can look at all the things I haven’t done lately (running, studying for NCIDQ, cleaning, – okay I’ll stop now). OR I can be hopeful.
I think you know which one I will choose.
Hope is a funny thing. It’s all or nothing. You either have it or you don’t. So when I read Sarah’s blog this morning, I realized that my inner drive was just what I’ve been missing. She posted about a blog relay called Hope 2012, where she tagged all of her readers to share what they are hopeful for. Thanks Sarah for helping me find the inspiration that has been missing from daily life! Here’s my list…. what are you hopeful for? (Tag your it – it’s your turn!)
-that life will fall into place.
-I will start posting more blog entries
-I will pass the first 1/2 of the NCIDQ test next month!
-to have a freakin blast this weekend in Dallas 🙂
-that many people around the world are making a difference each day, and that I can be one of them.